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Siva

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HTC has been struggling for a couple of years now, but its latest offering, the Desire 21 Pro 5G, looks pretty promising. Having just gone official, this phone offers 5G, a 90Hz refresh rate, an impressive array of cameras, and a sizable 5,000mAh battery. Not bad.

The Desire 21 Pro 5G is equipped with a 6.7" 2400x1080 IPS display with a 90Hz refresh rate, which is a first for HTC. It's powered by a Snapdragon 690 chipset and 8GB of RAM, and it comes with 128GB of storage with microSD expansion.

HTC Desire 21 Pro 5G goes official with 90Hz screen and 5,000mAh battery
 

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Phone should be priced at 12-13K but HTC is priced at 3 times which is is 31,292.83 and eventually fail again! I used HTC Explorer and HTC Desire both were light weight premium phone of their era served well.
 
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Phone should be priced at 12-13K but HTC is priced at 3 times which is is 31,292.83 and eventually fail again! I used HTC Explorer and HTC Desire both were light weight premium phone of their era served well.
Cheapest 5G phone costs 21k (Moto G 5G). 12-13k for a 5G phone with 90 Hz refresh rate isn't a reasonable expectation imo. 20-25k might be a good deal!
 

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Cheapest 5G phone costs 21k (Moto G 5G). 12-13k for a 5G phone with 90 Hz refresh rate isn't a reasonable expectation imo. 20-25k might be a good deal!
Till they came in India cheapest 5G with same specs would be normal in India.

But, yeah 20-25K would be reasonable rate in today era only their processor would be 750g.

19000/- max!
 
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